Just like the Industrial Era Could not do without training, workers and the Knowledge Era Organizations will flounder without the skills of collaboration, building of staff learning network and the Ability to manage Their Own professional development.
Interesting, necessary and timely reflection ... resulting from the initial approach:
"Organizations, ie, the business leaders and executives are not interested in learning. Nor do they care much acerca collaboration. Business cares only about the outcome. It is up to us-L & D professionals-to connect learning and collaboration to business goals"
and resulting questions to consider, at present, by the organizations (and employees):
"1. Why Should employees Collaborate?
2. How can Facilitating collaboration help the organization?
3. What is in it for the employees? "
and the conclusions, particularly relating to employees:
"All of These not only make an employee more efficient but it Immediately Ongoing Also make learning a part of Their workflow. This in turn has a positive impact on productivity. Just like the Industrial Era Could not do without training, the Knowledge Era workers and organizaciones will flounder without the skills of collaboration, building of staff learning network and the Ability to manage professional development Their Own ".
See on Scoop.it - The complexity gap